Category Archives: Indian literature

The Girl from Rostov- Shitij Sharma

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Everything adds up. Every second, every lie, every breath. In the end, it all catches up with you.” “Even if you have little to do with it. Family, for instance. “ That’s what young Maya had … Continue reading

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Brutal – Uday Saypathy

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) A warning mail ends up in the junk box of a school teacher and seven days later, he goes on a killing spree, murdering eleven of his students. Two months later, he is gunned down in … Continue reading

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The Karachi Deception – Shatrujeet Nath

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Three elite commandos of the India Army – Major Imtiaz Ahmed, Captain Shamsheer Suleiman and Lieutenant Rafiq Mehmood – are chosen for once in a lifetime one-of-a-kind mission: to enter Pakistan and eliminate the dreaded underworld … Continue reading

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Ashvamedha: The Game of Power – Aparna Singh

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Ashwin Jamal is a charismatic youth icon with a fan following that is larger than all the politicians combined and he just became the youngest Prime Minister of India. Little does he know that for the … Continue reading

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Game of Anarchy: Race Against Time – Kenneth Jones

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Rita has created a reputation as the Sting Queen solely based on her ability to expose corrupt politicians and their unsavoury schemes. Samar is a highly decorated officer in the Indian Army, who is disillusioned with … Continue reading

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The Vikramaditya Trilogy Book 1/The Guardians of the Halahala – Shatrujit Nath

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) The price of a promise, paid in blood. The deadly Halahala, the all devouring poison was an accidental find during the churning from the depths of the White Lake by the devas and asuras. Even the … Continue reading

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Hope We Never Meet Again – Srinath Krishnamoorthy

(Reviewed by Darshith Badiyani ) I must admit that I’m not an avid reader anymore but there are a few books that hold my interest right from the prologue until the very end. Hope We Never Meet Again is one … Continue reading

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Karna’s Wife: The Outcast’s Queen – Kavita Kané

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) I love mythologies. Indian mythologies and historical facts are my absolute favorites. The number of ways in which you can tell a story is the most fascinating feature of mythologies.The Mahabharata is one of those stories … Continue reading

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